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National education goals: Federal policy issues (CRS Issue brief) Unknown Binding – 1992
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One reviewer said, "I continue to challenge myself in pursuit of the truth no matter where that leads me." If he's honest, the truth ought to lead him straight to the truth, the Word of God, which doesn't confuse anyone on God's own opinion on the subject. Any behavior that God calls an abomination should be avoided at all costs. The author doesn't respect the view of God when he continues to dwell on the whole matter instead of upholding the viewpoint of God and encouraging others to do the same.
The one here who says he stays celebate until he's more sure of things is to be admired. That's not an easy thing to do but shows his desire to please God and protect himself. I hope he finds the help he needs to be a true man of God.
The author wants others to change, instead of himself. But it's impossible for real Christians to call evil good, although that's the way of the world today.
A confirmed homosexual who calls himself a Christian is deceptive in more ways than one. The author didn't feel guilt for nothing as God wrote the law on his conscience and his conscience told him that homosexual behavior was not only wrong, but an abomination to God. Is that really so hard to believe? Think about it.... I would never recommend this book to someone I wanted to find the right way to eternal peace in Paradise.